so saki, how much longer should storm going to be with us? >> right. well, it is racing northward right now, and it has been a potent storm system, really not losing a lot of its intensity, even after making landfall. so we've been hearing of these heavy rains and strong gusts. now they're starting to impact more northern areas of japan. gusts of up and over 160 kilometers already recorded here, as well as rainfall amounts well into the 200 to 300 millimeters. so it's been potent, and there's still more to come. there's still a lot of rain hanging on mainly across the northern portions in hokkaido as well but there's still just a lot of instability in the air. showers are going to be prevalent across the country today. so you do want to watch out for those additional showers. ground's already quite saturated. so flooding, landslides are going to remain a threat throughout today. now, typhoon roke is just about to pass right through the eastern end of hokkaido. through the course of today. then ending up over toward open waters as we head through the day by thursday, should be looking a lot calmer.